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The Ray Milland Show 

Meet Mr. McNutley (original title)
Originally Ray McNutley is an English professor at an all girls school where every female swoons for him except for the Dean. Luckily he has an understanding wife Peggy. By the second year ... See full summary »
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 Prof. Ray McNulty / ... (77 episodes, 1953-1955)
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 Peggy McNulty / ... (70 episodes, 1953-1955)
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Originally Ray McNutley is an English professor at an all girls school where every female swoons for him except for the Dean. Luckily he has an understanding wife Peggy. By the second year he is a drama teacher at a co-ed college and their name is now McNulty.

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17 September 1953 (USA)  »

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(75 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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A Vintage Comedy Gem
16 June 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Ray Milland, along with Robert Cummings, was one of the first big screen stars to take a chance on a television comedy series, Cummings with the wonderful 'My Hero' series, and Milland with "Meet Mr. McNutly', or as it came to be known 'The Ray Milland Show', both were successful enough to convince other movie stars to later do the same! Because of decent scripts, and a wonderful cast, and of course Mr. Milland's wonderful gift for light comedy, this was one funny show, and it's a crying shame that if the episodes still exist in good condition, that it hasn't been released on DVD, I've seen a handful of episodes in less than perfect quality, but they have all been very funny, and left me craving for more! These early television gems are far too historic and just plain good, to be left to rot!


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